Students Make Climate Change Films Thanks to ASSETT Development Award

March 17, 2015

Evolutionary and Ecological Biology Associate Professor Rebecca Safran used an ASSETT Development Award last year to purchase and refurbish equipment for her Film and Climate Change class at CU Boulder. Safran's students created an online exhibit project in their Film and Climate Change class. In the course, students are asked...

Using Technology to Appeal to Different Learning Styles

May 22, 2013

Dr. Robert Buchwald of the Biology department sees in technology the opportunity to reach his students. “Different people learn different ways and it’s very complex material,” he says. Whenever Buchwald introduces a new process or concept, he gives a verbal description, reviews it with an image pulled from the textbook...

Professor Andrew Martin's evolutionary biology course featured in national Higher Ed magazine

March 1, 2012

A Chronicle of Education article on 'flipping' college lecture courses highlights Professor Martin's evolutionary biology course.

A Microscopic Problem With a Technological Solution

April 6, 2010

One step into the biology classroom of senior EBIO instructor Stephanie Mayer and you will find posters of magnified cells and plants lining the white walls. Taken by students with digital cameras attached to microscopes, Mayer says the process of capturing an image with only a small LCD instructor as...